Taiwan Straits Network January 1 (Straits Herald reporter Wang Longxiangwen / Picture) Recently, several readers of the Guidance Daily reported that the public toilets at Longhai Long-distance Bus Station clearly stated "free public toilets." The officer should charge.
Reader Zhang said that a few days ago, he took a bus to the coach station and was ready to change trains. Due to internal urgency, he ran to the public toilet in the direction of the station exit to use the toilet. "When I come out, the administrator will charge me, urinate at 50 cents, and defecate at 1 yuan. If you want to buy paper, it will cost 1.5 yuan." Mr. Zhang felt strange. "Now the public toilets are free. What about the charges? When I came out, I saw that the public toilet also said 'free public toilets.' "Mr. Zhang said that because he was in a hurry, he didn't discuss with the administrator anymore.
The afternoon before yesterday, the Herald reporter came to the public toilet at the station exit. At this time, the administrator is not present. However, a passenger who asked not to be named said that she was also charged by the administrator when she was using the toilet here.
Some readers also wrote to the Herald reporter that this "free public toilet" has been charged for some time. "It really should be managed. It is obviously free, but the administrator still has to charge it."
It is understood that the public toilet management unit is Zhangzhou Changyun Group Co., Ltd. Longhai Branch. Later, the Herald reporter called the complaint number on the public toilet. The staff said that the public toilet was free and the administrator was never allowed to charge privately. "The administrator is hired by our company and pays them salaries. If you are required to charge for a toilet, please call my supervisory phone to report it. "
The staff member said that the situation reported by the Herald reporter will be investigated and verified, and if this is the case, the administrator will be punished.